The new Range Rover Sport Extended-Range Plug-in Hybrid has an electric range of up to 70 miles and CO2 emissions as low as 18g/km.
There are two Range Rover Sport Extended-Range Plug-in Hybrid models available from launch, both with 6-cylinder, 3-litre petrol engines mated with the electric powertrain, delivering a total real-world range of 460 miles.
The P440e Plug-in Hybrid model produces 440PS of power and 560 Nm of torque. There’s also a P510e Plug-in Hybrid model, producing 510PS of power and the same 560 Nm of torque. Both PHEVs can tow up to 3000kg. The PHEV models have 274mm of ground clearance and a wading depth of 900mm.
An all-electric Range Rover Sport will be available in 2024.
The new Range Rover Sport was launched by James Bond stunt driver Jessica Hawkins driving it up a spillway of the Karahnjukar Dam in Iceland against water flowing at 750 tonnes per minute. Watch the film: https://youtu.be/Lv-XcVFBwVY
The new Range Rover Sport has dynamic Air Suspension with switchable volume air springs – a Range Rover first – and twin-valve active dampers.
The Stormer Handling Pack combines All-Wheel Steering, Dynamic Response Pro, Electronic Active Differential with Torque Vectoring by Braking and Configurable Programmes.
A 13.1-inch floating Pivi Pro haptic touchscreen is complemented by 13.7-inch Interactive Driver Display and Amazon Alexa, providing the ability to control various settings and features using voice commands.
Adaptive Off-Road Cruise Control makes its debut on the new Range Rover Sport and helps drivers navigate tricky terrain by maintaining steady progress according to the ground conditions. Drivers can select one of four comfort settings and the system intelligently adjusts the speed, allowing the driver to focus on steering the vehicle.
The new Range Rover Sport will be produced at the Solihull Manufacturing Facility in the UK, the historic home of Range Rover production, alongside the new Range Rover.